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Where should I place the Adsense Keywords

Discussion in 'Keywords' started by wow, Feb 10, 2005.

  1. #1
    Hi,

    Everyone talks about google adsense keywords. Is this keywords means meta tag keywords or where should I place those keowrds?

    Please let me know

    Thanks
    SEMrush
     
    wow, Feb 10, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
  2. my3cents

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    To help Google figure out what you page is about, you should follow some general SEO rules (in my opinion):

    1. Have a meaningful title in your <title> tags.
    2. Create a simple, but relevant meta description for the page (keywords not as important, but you can specify a short list of keywords as well).
    3. Use a standard HTML header if you have a heading on your page (ie - H1 or H2 tags)
    4. Keep your page simple. Let the text/content dominate the page. Don't have hundreds of lines of code/script to control a menu, etc. Keep that stuff in includes if possible.

    By default your keyword(s) should appear in the above sections. Then give G a few hours (up to a day) to re-crawl your pages and see how it goes.

    Good luck!
     
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  3. Tuning

    Tuning Well-Known Member

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    I think the URL is also valid for AdSense. Therfore make your webpages with key-phrase.htm.

    Cheers!
    Tuning
     
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  4. Homer

    Homer Spirit Walker

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    I don't beleive that the filename.htm has any weight in what Adsense ads display. I think my3cents has the idea. Most of the information G gathers to displays ads is obtained on page...my opinion :)
     
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  5. Chiara

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    For me, Adsense seems to put the most weight on my title tag. When I change that, my ads change, without variation.
     
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  6. Homer

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    This is not true. A section of my site is devoted to displaying production stills (for movies), and the name of the folder was "stills". Adsense kept displaying ads with the word "stills" in it. No matter what I did (changed keywords, phrases, headers), "stills" kept showing up. It was only after I changed the folder name to "moviepics" that "stills" ads disappeared and was replaced by "movie" ads.
     
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    Tuning Well-Known Member

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    I think basically every SEO tip is valid for adsense ads too.
     
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    I didn't think it had effect...I stand corrected...thanks for the info jackburton.
     
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    Thanks for the resource Homer -- good stuff. Anyone got any other sites -- I'm doin' research! :)
     
    2ndPlatform, Feb 14, 2005 IP